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Wondering Where It Started

The quest for parental guidance is still a mystery.

I moved out West last summer with my boyfriend. We packed up his car with the few belongings we kept and hit the road. 330 more words

The Queerness and Games Conference

Just wanted to give heads up to a exciting conference in the near future: The Queerness and Games Conference at The University of Southern California, taking place April 1st and 2nd, 2017. 59 more words

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Games Studies and The Sociology of Video Games

Having started upon a path towards advanced degrees with an emphasis in interactive media and online communities, it has increasingly become evident to me that there is no singular route to studying the emerging field of video games. 937 more words

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Divorce, Single Motherhood and AIDS as Disturbing Trends Among Whites

There’s a very common belief-slash-lie about the black community, perpetuated by biased statistics and CONservatives. All of which is used as a convenient excuse to justify insecure hatred and attacks on the lives of blacks in America. 964 more words


Taking Our Politics Back to Jesus

I am torn with mixed emotions as I watch my social media news feeds well up with agitating statements from pole to pole. The inauguration and the women’s marches have set my social media world on edge – or rather edges. 1,261 more words


Why Some Black Men Enthusiastically Voted for Trump in 2016

An article at Very Smart Brothas (written by editor in-chief Damon Young) covered this topic a while back. While the article has major validity, it goes way beyond classism and economics. 762 more words